Incredible range, instant torque, nimble handling, and the full suite of Nissan Intelligent Mobility features and technologies. They’re either available, or come already built-in to the 2020 Nissan LEAF. []
Getting your Nissan LEAF and you ready for your next adventure is as straightforward as plugging it in. The Nissan LEAF even lets you know when you are connected with a quick beep. With the onboard 6.6 kW onboard charger and the available Quick Charge Port there is more than one way to keep your Nissan LEAF at full charge.
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With 30,000 Level 2 public chargers in the U.S. and at home charging using a 240V outlet and the available Portable Charging Cable finding the where to charge is as easy as the how to charge. And with Nissan's partnership with Amazon [] a home charger and installation assistance is just clicks away. []
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The fastest way to charge. With tens of thousands of public DC Quick Charging stations across the country, you have an impressive number of locations to top off at while on longer drives. [][]
Need a charge in a pinch? The Nissan LEAF features a standard 120V charging cable, which allows you to temporarily plug into a standard 120V outlet for a Level 1 charge. It's the slowest option, but it lets you add some range almost anywhere you have access to electricity. []
Nissan is linking with Amazon to equip LEAF owners with a charger and installation services—a simple 3-click process, making in-home charging setup as easy as possible. []
Powered by PlugShare, the Nissan LEAF EZ-Charge app maintains the world’s largest database of EV charging stations. The app also includes a Trip Planner, so you’ll know where to charge even before you begin your next journey. []
The ever-growing National charging network now includes over 2,000 CHAdeMO Quick Charging points and over 30,000 Level 2 public stations in the U.S. And with select states offering electric vehicles the use of carpool lanes, getting to a public station is a cinch. [][]
The amount of electricity a Nissan LEAF uses can vary based on conditions and several other factors including how fast you drive. The 2020 Nissan LEAF is equipped with a 40 KWh lithium-ion battery and has an EPA range of up to 149 miles, while Nissan LEAF PLUS models are equipped with a 62 kWh lithuim-ion battery that has a range of up to 226 miles [].
The cost of charging a your Nissan LEAF varies depending on electrical rates, which fluctuate based on location and even time of day. Determine how much you could save using our online tool.
Use the sleek and innovative drive selector to get moving. On the road, extend your range with Eco Mode and e-Pedal. They work by boosting Nissan LEAF’s already impressive efficiency even more – extending the battery life and your range. On downhills, use B-Mode to help add some charge back to your battery. It works by capturing and converting braking energy into charge that’s returned to your battery, literally turning stopping power into going power. []
It might be hard to keep up with the Nissan LEAF, especially off the line. But it’s easy to stay up to speed when you’ve got the right app, and the right screen giving you all the info.
Designed exclusively for the Nissan LEAF, available NissanConnect EV with Services powered by SiriusXM® gives you access to the many unique features of your fully electric vehicle. More technology. More convenience. On the go? You can control select vehicle functions with your smartphone and smartwatch. At home? You can access your LEAF with just your voice using the NissanConnect EV Skill with Amazon Alexa or Action for the Google Assistant. []
This standard 8” digital touchscreen display is your point of contact for connecting to your Nissan LEAF in surprising ways. Start a charge and warm or cool your cabin in advance using your compatible smartphone or connected devices. Access your favorite apps and more, on the standard touch-screen display.
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